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Mel Gibson is known for his outlandish and sometimes offensive personality, and it would seem that this may be getting the actor into trouble when it comes to the home he has on the market. Located in Costa Rica, Gibson is offering a villa that is truly out in the middle of no where, as […]
Those who follow the NBA know that LeBron James has left the Miami Heat’s to join the Cleveland Cavaliers. Due to this, James has finally listed his Miami home. Though, stating that this is a home is a bit of an understatement, as this more of a mansion, as it has 16,768 square feet…and one […]
Annie Potts, known for her quirky style, that we all fell in love in as Janine from the “Ghostbusters” and Iona in “Pretty in Pink” has put her Tarzana home up on the market for sale. Potts purchased the home in 2003 for $2.5 million, and has listed the home for $6.95 million, so she […]
Michelle Williams is listing her Brooklyn townhouse, that she purchased in 2005, with the late Heath Ledger. The townhouse is being marketed as the best family home that is in city dwellings that is on the market. The home has 6 bedrooms, a library and a wine cellar. However, the crowning jewel of the home […]
Answer: We can help you, Hallie! We can connect you with movers but we can also help you connect with utilities you need like phone, TV, internet, and home security. You can click on "Find Utilities" at the top of our home page to connect to utilities. Please let us know if you need anything more.
Answer: Jess, you've come to the right place. We advise that you talk with at least 3 movers, do research online, and use our services! Here is more: Comparing Moving Companies.
Answer: We can help you at any point during and after your move. Here's an article with some tips for you. Give it time it will all settle into place! 9 Tips To Do After Your Long Distance Move
Answer: We work with a company that provides moving insurance for your move. They do a great job and we've been working with them for some time. You can learn more about moving insurance here: Moving Insurance Through Moveboxer.
Answer: It depends on what you need. If you need to get rid of some of your belongings to stage a home to sell, you'll want to coordinate storage maybe even 4 months before your move. If you're using storage to help you in between homes you could book it perhaps 2-4 weeks before your move. We have a great storage partner, ExtraSpace Storage. Here is the link to what they do: Storage Through Moveboxer.
Answer: When you're moving it does seem like money is flying out the door, but you can get a handle on it by preparing for everything ahead of time like the errands you'll have to run to stock up your new place. Here's a place you can go that has links to shopping lists you'll need, whether you're moving to an apartment, condo or house: Moving Shopping Lists. We hope this is helpful for you!
Answer: There are some good ones out there and some bad ones. You can usually tell if a website is out there more to just promote the moving companies and not to give honest feedback about them. You can try Yelp and cross check that with the Better Business Bureau. This article has more tips: 6 Ways to Spot a Great Mover.
Answer: We have you covered. We work with MovingInsurance.com, which we feel does a great job in putting together moving insurance that you can count on for your move. You can sign up here and learn more about moving insurance, too: Moving Insurance Through Moveboxer.
Answer: We have a lot of tips for you. First, be sure to use Moveboxer as we've gone about making sure that our movers are the best, most reputable movers out there. Then there are other sites to check like the US Department of Transportation and the Better Business Bureau. Go with your gut and make sure you trust the people. Go ahead and ask what you should expect on moving day. Here is an article with more tips: Comparing Moving Companies.
Answer: Yes, it's possible, but it's hard to do. You have to be really mindful of sticking to your budget and you need some time and good planning on your side, too. You can do this by being smart and relying on friends and family during the process (and it is a process). Use moving as a chance to sell older but valuable things you don't need to offset the costs that are inevitable. If you're moving long distance, you can look at ways to record the expenses to get a credit on your taxes. Here are some other tips: 8 Tips for Saving Money on Your Move.
Moveboxer is the home base as you plan and manage your move. We provide a moving specialist and an online moving tool, complete with budget planning, customized to-do lists, calendars, and an easy way to cancel utilities. We help you calculate moving expenses, do a mover comparison, and connect with up to 3 reputable local or long distance movers. Moveboxer also provides storage, moving boxes, moving insurance, a handyman, and home security for your new home. Moveboxer is proud to work with only the most reputable companies to connect them with our customers. Moveboxer can connect anyone in the U.S. and specializes in Austin, Boston, Chicago, Detroit, Indianapolis, Orlando and Phoenix.
It is a bad sign if your mover does not offer an in-person inspection. You should ideally meet with three different movers to ensure you make the right decision. Look for the mover’s Department of Transportation number both on the truck and in the paperwork that you sign before moving day.
You moving quote will be based on the weight of your items, the hours needed for the move, and the distance. If you get a binding quote, look to secure a binding not-to-exceed moving estimate.
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